The Library will close at noon on the following Fridays this summer: June 6, 13, 20, 27 July 18, 25 August 1
Author Archives: Jennifer Stewart
From May 6th through August 24th the Sanchez Library will operate on the following Summer Schedule: Monday–Friday: 8 am – 5 pm Saturday & Sunday: Closed The college will also be closed on the following days: Monday, May 26th – Memorial Day Friday, July 4th – Independence Day.
The Library will be open until 11 pm Sunday-Thursday from April 21 through April 24. April 27 though May 4, the Library will be open until Midnight. Friday and Saturday library hours will remain the same.
The Library will close at 10 pm Thursday, April 17th for the Easter Holidays and reopen at 7:30 am on Monday, April 21st.
The Wry Romance of the Literary Rectory is a series of delightful biographical vignettes of various literary families and how living in a rectory inspired their lives and their work. This ranges from actual ecclesiastical families such as the Tennysons or the Bensons, as well as families that moved Read more
Delia’s Shadow finds our titular heroine returning home to San Fransisco from New York after a long absence. Delia can see ghosts and found life in the post-earthquake city to be impossible. But now one determined ghost has made it clear that it is time to return. Delia doesn’t Read more
The Paradise War is the first in a Celtic fantasy trilogy featuring an American graduate student at Oxford who is drawn into a world beyond his own where he finds his life changed forever. One morning Lewis’ roommate Simon reads about an aurochs supposedly discovered in a Scottish field Read more
The End of Night is a fascinating and necessary book about the effect of light pollution both on the environment and on ourselves. Light Pollution, for those unfamiliar with the term, is “excessive, misdirected, or obtrusive artificial light”. Both the collective light that keeps you from seeing the stars Read more
The Year of Learning Dangerously documents Cummings’ first year of homeschooling her daughter, who was not being serviced properly by the schools in their area. Alice is a highly gifted math-hater and had convinced a series of teachers that she was incapable of learning long division, because she didn’t Read more
The Autobiography of a Hunted Priest is an easy-reading, engrossing account of that man’s adventures and achievements while serving underground as a Catholic priest in Elizabethan and Jacobean England. You’d never guess that it was originally written in Latin in 1606. As a Catholic priest, Gerard was forced to Read more